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-Wo luo received
Crosso & Blnckwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Direct froui'England ex BrltUh bark Glcngabcr, comprising In pait:
Bottle Mixed Tickle),
11 Cham Cham,
" "NVhIU Onions,
" Preserved West India Ginger,
" Spanish Olives,
Hnndsomo Vases Royal Tnble S.uiee,
" " John Hull Siuco.
Bottle Wnluut Catnip,
" QreeiiRngis in S)iitp,
" Ned Currants lu Syrup,
" Candied Orange Peel,
" " Citron Peel,
" Pudding Kiuslns,
1-lb tins Jordan Almonds,
" Filed Eels.
J.lb tint Fresh Cod Hoes.
1 quart Itoltles Suited Hen lugs,
Earthen Jura Anchovy Paste,
Bottles Cayenne Pepper,
Bottles WUllo nnd Black Pepper,
" Zantu Currniits.
'7-1 b tins Scotchmen!,
2-lb tins Green Pea Soup,
" Julienne Soup,
" .Mock Turtle Soup,
" Oxtail Soup,
" Oiblct Soup,
" Mullagatawiiy Soup,
Bottle) India Curry Powder.
Tins Madras " "
1 & 2-lb tins Janu nnd Jellies, assorted,
Pate ot all kiuds,
.b tiu Carrnway Setd,
Bottles Tomato Conserve,
Truflled Pate do fols Gnu,
Tius Whole Boast Grouse,
" Sage nnd Onions,
" Halford's English Curried Fowl,
" English Asparagus,
1-lb tins Mince Meat,
2-lb tins Spiced Beef,
Bottles Capers, 2 nnd 4 o..,
Lib this Carrots,
" Irish Stew,
" Boiled Mutton,
" Stewed Kidneys,
uocon nnu miik,
Hb tins Flake Tapioca,
Coleman's Mustard in tins and bottles,
Day & Martin's Shoo Paste,
Also juEt received ex S. S. Australia and Brlgantiuc Consuelo, a complete line of
fesX-A-PJLID AND ITA.1VCY GROCERIES,
All which v c ofl'cr at reasonable prices.
natlnractlon !aurautcc(t, anil Ueoda delivered to nil pnrtH or Honolulu.
FRESH ICE HOUSE GOODS in Season, received by each trip of tho
O. S. 8. Co.'s Steamers by
LETTIS a CO. ssnn
(Formoily with Samuel Nott).
Importer a j id IDeulor in
STOVES, CHANDEUERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IHQN AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
ty Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Spreckels & Co.'b Bank. -fWl
JOHN NOTT, 1 8 Miiai Street
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
093 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuol Nott.)
New Goods for tho Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs.
CJ3CA.IVI3EL.IEIt .A.IVI LA.WCI
From the very bes makers.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete festoelc 'oi GooiIm in Every Lino.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 5
Every Description of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
Exeouted with neatness and dispatch
At the Daily Bulletin Office
-.... ' ." tXUteftr.
T. O. Box 207.
n fresh Hue of-
Bottles Skluucr's Mango Noltih,
" long Bed Chillies,
" Mnyonualso Sauce,
' Calfifoot Jelly,
" French Olives,
Handsome Vnses China Soy,
" Soho Sauce,
Bottles Mutliroom Catsup,
" Cherries in Svrun.
" Penis " "
" Black Currants in Syrup,
" Candled Lemon Peel,
" Crystallized Fruit,
" Turkey Figs
l-lli tlus Curried LobMcr,
" Stewed Ed',
lb tins Fillets of Soles,
Earthen Jar Ploater Piute,
Small Jais Capt. Whlto'a Mullagatawny
Bottler Ground Splcc,
Pint Bodies Malt Vinegar,
2 lb Bittfe French Priinis,
Pint Boiilc .Moiilscriiit Lime Juice,
2-lb tin Uray Soup,
" Ciflisy Soup,
" Pah'illue Soup,
" I line Soup,
" Ox Cheek Soti),
" Hotchpotch Soup,
" VuhIpuii Soup,
Tins Oxford Sausago,
Bottles Pickled Red Cabbnge,
Collared Ox Tongues,
Bottle Len & Peirin's Gcnulno Worccs.
Bottles Bengal Club Chutney,
" French Trollies,
Tins Whole Boast Partridges,
" " ' Pheasants,
" Preserved Mushrooms,
" Beef Marrow Fut,
I .lb tins Arrowroot,
Tins Heal Yarmouth Bloaters,
" French Mushrooms,
Phllllpo & Canaud's Petit Pols,
Lib tlus Parsnips, Mb tins Turnips,
" Fresh Tripe,
' Alnmodo Beef,
" Boiled Mutton,
" Haricot Mutton,
11 Oalfshead, ditto Boast Mutton,
" Boiled Beef; " Boiled "
Cocoa and milk, Chocolate and Milk,
Essence Collee, Patent Groats,
Van Houton's Cocoa, f & 4Ab tins,
hi & H-lb tins Cocoatina,
1-lb tins Pearl Sago,
" Ground luce,
" Cambridgo Sausage,
Day & Martin's Liquid Shoo Blacking,
Why am I so Misorablo?
So weak nnd limzuidr Why such
heartburns and p.ilns lu tho stomach,
Mich iicldlty, and such mi unpleasant
lasto In tjie mouth? Wh at times biicIi
gnawiiiir, appetite, and ilien again mich
disrelish for food ? Why is the mind ho
frequently lrrltnble, desponding, nielnu.
choly, and dejected? Why does one
often feel under the apprehension of
i nine imiigitiaiy danger, mid Atari at any
unexpected lioNe, becoming ngllakil an
though ionic great calamity uns Impend
lug? What is tho meaning of these
dull, sick' headaches; tluue violent pnl.
pltiitioiii of the heart, this feverish ic.it
icssnois, these night sweats: this (lis
turbed and dreamy sleep, which brings
no refreshing rest, hut only meanings
nnd muttering, nnd tho horrors of tho
The answer Is: These uro tho tot tup
to in (I ltidlgesllou or Di spcpshi thu
beginning uuii the forerunner of idmosl
every other huuuiii disease. Indigestion
U n weakness or want of power of tho
dlgestiu lluldx of thu soniaeh to con
vert tho food into healthy mntttr for the
proper nourishment of the body. It is
caused most frequently by the Iriugu.
bully of diet, or Improper tood, want of
healthy exercUc and pure outdoor air.
It may bo induced by mental distress
the shock of some gieat calamity. It
may be, and often Is, aggravated and in
teiHllled, If not originally brought on,
by exhaustion fiom intuiMj mental ap
plication, of pltjslral overwork, domes,
tic troubles, anxiety in liusliius.vir finan
cial cmlmra?Mnciit, If the btoninch
could always lo kept In i.rder, death
would no longer he a mbjeot of leirful
auxlcty to the young and middle-aged,
but what would be contemplated by all
as a vitlt of an expected friend at tho
cloc of n peaceful mid happy old age.
Ilowcxer, the llrst hoblllo invader upon
the domain of health nnd happlne-s U
Is there any lelkf, any remedy, any
cuic? That Is the (iiicsttoii of the Mil'
fcrlng and unhappy dyspeptic. What Is
wanted is a mc.llciuotlritw'ill thoioueh-
ly renovate the Momacli, towel, llor,
and kidneys, and allbid spetdy and of-ft-ctual
assistance to tho digestive orgins,
and restore to tho nervous mid muscular
systems their oilgln.il energy.
"Such u medicine h linpplly at hand.
Never In the lilbtory of medlrnl dlcov.
erics, evldencod by n dozen years' thor
ough tist, has there bicn found u remedy
for Indigestion so fpecdy, so sro. and
so MirpriBing In Its icsults as Slegel's
Curative Syrup, hut to-day it Is a standard
remedy for that almost tuiiveri-nl allllc
tlon in every civilized country lu Europe,
Asia, Afrlci and America. Public tes
timonials and private letters from mili
tary oillcei!, baukd's, mcichanUi, ship
captains, mechanic?, farmer., and their
wives nnd daughters, alike cnuflim its
Nearly Raised him from the
Swiss Cottage, Wallon-on-lhc-Naze,
August 27th, 1B8C.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Slrn: If a testimonial l of any
uso to j'ju respecting thu remarkable
euro I have derived by taking your
"Slegcl's Syrup," you nront liberty to
make any uo of this you may deem
best For upwards of twelvu years I
havo suffered fiom extremo Nervous De
bility and Gastric Catarrh which re
duccdjtno so that I was totally uniihlo to
do nnyjbuslness, nnd caused gieat pro.',
t rat Ion nnd weakliest. About three
years ago I had tho advice of several
members of the medical faculty, and
under their ticatmenl derived littlo or
no good. Being in town simc ten
months ago, I was advUod to try your
dilutive) symp, and purchased a bottle.
I had not luken nnn doses bufoie I be
gan to feel a fresh man. I could walk
with case, whllo before I hud h.nd work
to carry ono leg before the other. My
sticngth gradually Increabed and my
eyesight got better, which beforo I fro.
qucutly lost, owing to the malady nris.
ing from it sluggish liver, often in bed
fcr fovcral das with pile, and could
hardly move. Iain thankful to you and
to God for nearly lalsing mo fiom tho
grave, for it was nothing but your StI.
gel's Syrup that has icstorcd mo to 10
bust health. Your.s faithfully,
Kevesby, near Boston,
Deccmhur ,11st, 1330.
A.J. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: Your Sicgel's Syrup I And
has an increasing talo in this neighbor
hood, nnd shall always do my be3t to
fin t her the sale of an mtlclo that every
one that purehnses e peaks highly In Its
favor. I also have great Eiuisfactlon in
saying that I quite believe my wife vas
permanently eiiicd of Indigestion mid
Wind on the Stomach, from which she
had luflercd sntensely bomutlmo prevlou
to taking it. Faithfully yours,
Queen's County, Ireland,
December 2 llh, 1880.
A.. I. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: I hope that your Siogel's
Symp nnd Fills may get tho enlc they so
well deserve. I liail ii very delicate
child, n boy now over nino years, but
being averse to eating any kind of veg.
ctahlc or iocd from his birth, I heemi
giving him Mother Siogel's Curutive
Hyrup, mid ni'tor a fuw weeks ho recov
ered so us lo he able to consume as much
food as other boys of his age, and to tho
grot astoiiKhineiit of Ids neighbours, he
is lively, getting Into llesh. and thriving
as well as boys of his ago do. Wo givo
all the credit of his lecoveiy to Slegcl's
Syrup. Youm faithfully,
1C07 S. Maxwum,,
Tho Inter- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on luiu'l for sale
Bteani Family and Blaemlth Coal
and n general assortment of
416 Bar Iron. Jy
fttf grtiHu gnUkiin,
MONDAY. Al'KIIi 11, 1887.
FIRING THE LARGEST GUN 111 THE
The ilrst three iroof rounds of lliu
imworfitl new gnu supplied by tho
Klswiuk Works for Iter Majcsly'ti
bnrbclto ship Ucnbow, vcro Ihcd
tlio other dny, at the butts nt "Wool
wich Arscnnl, the result so far go
ing to show that this is the finest
specimen of artillery as yet pto
dticed. In length it Is 621 jnebes
or nearly -1 1 feet. The inner tube
is of solid steel throughout, strength
ened by jackets of comparatively
thin steel hoops. The length of tho
bore is 487A inches, and the rilling,
which consists of a multitude of
small, shallow grooves, extends for
397.2 inches, or about 33 feel. Tho
diameter of the boro is 10 inches.
Tho diameter of tho powder cham
ber is a ttillc over 21 inches, nnd its
capacity ;28,G10 cubic inches. The
twist of the rilling commences with
one in 120 calibers, and increases to
one in ol calibers. The gun is
mounted on a line cast-steel truck,
which weighs 93 tons, and on the
proof rounds llrcd it ran up the
incline from 50 lo 70 feet. Tho
first round was llrcd with GOO
pounds of Wcstphaliun powder, and
a cylindrical projcctilu weighing
1,800 pounds. The second round
was with a shot of like weight and
700 pounds of the same powder,
being the largest charge its yet fired
in England. The velocity attained
was 1,84!3 feet per second, the ener
gy acquired being about -13,100
foot-tons. Tho third round was
willi a similnr projectile of 1,800
pounds, and u powder charge of
800 pounds. Tho velocity attained
was 2,007 feet per second, and the
energy rose to some 50,000 fool
tons. The pressures of the gases
within the chamber of the gun at
the time of the powder discharged
were nino tons with tho GOO-pound
charge, twelve-tons with the 700
pounds and fifteen tons witli thu
800 pound charges. The recoil of
the gun in the last round was con
trolled by tho hydraulic buffers
within 4 feet G inches. It is ex
pected that when the next date of
of proof-firing is determined, pow
der charges of 850 pounds, 900
pounds, 925 pounds, and 950 pounds
will bo used with projectiles of
1,800 pounds weight.
A further trial of tho 110-ton gun
although only a single round
took place yesterday at tho butts of
Voolwich Arsenal, 6ays tho Jull
Mall Gazette of February 17th.
On tho former occasion, it will he
remembered, the powder charges,
commencing with GOO pounds were
increased to 800 pounds. The firing
was made yesterday with a cylindri
cal shot ol 1,800 pounds weight as
before ; but with an increased pow
der charge of 850 pounds. The
highest pressure to which the gun
will be subjected in service is in
tended to be about 17 tons. In
proofs, however, higher charges
than service charges arc frequently
used to test tho quality of tho
weapon. This one round has al
ready proved the sufficient strength
of the new weapon for tho service
requirements. Although the prcs
suro rose beyond anticipation, tho
velocity was not increase proportion
ately the estimated velocity being
slight ovci'2, 100 feet per second,whilc
the actual muzzle velocity attained
was 2,078 feet. The recoil of the
gnu on its carriage was 3 feet 3
inches only as compared with -1 feet
G inches with the 800-pound powder
charge on the former occasion. Tho
remainder of the programme to fire
900-pound and 950-pound charges
will most probably bo carried out
with slower burning Waltham Ab
bey powder. S. F. Bulletin.
Paris, Feb. 22. The result of tho
vote in Alsace-Lorraine, where all
the "protesting" candidates havo
had an undoubted success, is com
mented on in the Paris newspapers.
Tho I'uria says that tho people of
Alsace-Lorraine to-day remain what
they wero sixteen yearn ago. Tlioy
continue faithful to their remem
brances, regrets and beliefs. This
is an clement in tho situation most
reasstuing for tho continuance of
peace. It is not easy to imagino
Germany declaring war tijrainst
France, and sending an army into the
country, with a hostile Alsacc-Lor-raino
in tho rear of that army. Be
sides tho invading forco, tho J'uris
believes it would bo necessary to
lcavo at least two army corps on tho
toil of Alsace-Lorraine to guard
thoso provinces, not against Franco
but against their generous inhabi
tants. Tho France remarks that this is
tho sixth time that Alsace-Lorraino
has been solemnly consulted as lo
her views and aspirations. Her
people havo each time replied, with
a persovcranco which nothing will
break; "If Germany lias taken
our country it is Iter affair, for
niiglil precedes right; but wo can
not in spito of ourselves give her
our hearts." Tho elections were
carried out in a terrorized country.
Trinco llohonloho had published
tlneatening manifestoes, suppressed
newspnpors and arrested estimable
citizens, whoso only crime tas that
they had friends in Franco with
whom they cprrcsponded ; but nil
this ho bitti done iu y1i-
O'. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrive at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Alameda Aptil 1G
Australia May l
Mariposa. . . . Ilii'y II
Attsttalia In no 1
Zealaudia '. .June 11
Australia Juno 2!)
Alameda July 9
Australia July 27
Matiposn August 0
Australia August 21
Zealaudia September 3
Australia .September 21
Alameda October 1
Australia October 19
Mariposa October 29
Australia November 10
Zealaudia November 2G
Australia December U
Alameda December 21
Lcavo Honolulu lor Sen Francisco.
Australia April 12
Zealaudia May G
Australia May 11
Alameda June 3
Australia Juno 8
Mariposa July 1
Australia July 0
Zealaudia Inly 29
Australia August 3
Alameda August 2G
Australia August 31
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 28
Zealaudia October 21
Australia October 2G
Alameda November 18
Australia November 23
Mariposa , December 10
Australia December 21
Zealaudia (1888) January 13
THE DAILY BULLETIN -Tho
X most popular paper published.
v. Hemes or txtii
Ki.nfmiia susrEVdony vKfi
l!tnl. 1ST, ftanri for
U'lllXKllh ovurr llslt.
lr. MAOMETIorLAflTioTRUSB CO.,
l r l'nmpliiot rlo'i,
7Q4 H AO'MKNTO BT.UAW I?H ANOIBPO, OAT
Veil. iS, 'S7.
For Snlo or Lease.
rriHOSK PIIKMISK3 SITUATED ON
X I'unahou Sticct called "Kananilo
Ida," tho pioperty of C. 11. Judd, nie for
sale or for Ichpo lor a term of years.
l'or particulars inquire jot
Al J3X. .1. OAUTWItlGIlT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13, 1880. 1108
New Goods !
Mr, L B. KERR
Has received and opened up his Now
Uomprlsiuga largo and well selected
Suitiblo for tho Se.uon.
These goods wero selected in England
by Air. Kerr peisonally,and aro guaran
teed to be of the finest quality.
Mr. Kerr, having secuiod tho sei vices
of a SEW CUTTS-)!, he is pie.
parod to l'lilfll ordeia with the utmost
23 Merchant Street,
j JUUllM Vh MJJ.lM.UUl
II. 1IACKFELD & Co.
Eleciric Bouse Bells!
Put ill Stores, Houses', Servants' Out
lio.ise?, fctiblo, aud
Burglar Alarms !
At reasonable rates. 1'or fuithcr
particulars call on
Jun nnd Jf.ui-Unmltli,
Bethel Street, - - Honolulu'
In ItairelM unit Jlstll' Jturrolw.
For S.1I0 by
on aw gastoj & vomiu,
n BiKBnn. rwwaxi-' iv r
Jtfi rWVjb D2i3IT(&3
Only 1 erfoefc ll--C4?5
trio uurrontVir .ISKrrHr.Trf-Uif
i FA E I if m m M I
a a a E to p lu 23 ill 1
atscaaan.-aauE.Sutt.m irr7Bsaazi2BXeia&trwA.vuu&Hmr t
Tjie Beaver Cigar Dinn!
i-i. .. N'oi-.'X'ai
llaa just iccclvul a huge ulid Mirled no
Cigars and Cigarettes
of tho flu?flt (junllly. Some of tho
brands helny entirely new in this King
dom. Together, with a lino (-.election of
Moersohaum, Briar, Myall, Porce
lain and other Pipes.
Tolinceo X'oiiclicu. Mntcli JStoxcH, Ol-
Kiw tine C'IknitUo lliilderu or
now mid ctcsant JIchIiim.
CALL AND LOOK AT THE GOODS!
J. HOPP & CO.
7-1 Khi Street.
Manufacturers and Impoitcrs of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
EINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds ol Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHASRS TO RENT
For Bills or l'nitlc3 In small or largo
801 qiinntltlo.-, ly,
EVAN'S BOAT BUILDING
' SHOP. Itear of Lucaf Mill.
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
cars experienru in Dress & Cloak
Jinking, has OPKXED A MU5SSMAK.
ING EsrABLISUMENT nt 101 Alnlsca
MRS. RODANET, iho well-known
dr"smak(r, leoeutly returned
from Purls, hiWher droisMiiakluj rooms
still on Emma Btreet, nhovo tho square.
Tho Finest Ilraud of
in tho Market nt tho
1'. UIMUJIt, lroirlctor.
H usiace & Roberfson,
I K jl Y 3X 35; 3T .
A LIj ordois for Cartage piomptly at
x3l tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing $z Shipping
of goods in transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Ofllce, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'s
082 ly Mutual Telephone No. 10.
-.& The SOIIOONEK JOSEPII
A'jSjpf INK is now lu ilrst-cla!s or
wGvj u'ur- Sho will mako two
Cisaaisi trips a weok to Ilwn, under
Cupinln Cook, i.nrryiiiu freight nnd pas
sengers. Parties wishing to make
to Pearl Illver, Coco Head, and other
parts of Otihu may charter tho schooner
by applying to CAW. COOK.
Open every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
THOMAS 10. WA.JL.Ii,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
- A Now Lot of
Cigars ant! Cigarettes
Entiroly Now in this Market.
Having tccuicd tho Services of
Geo, G. Stratemeyer
wo aro pteparcd to executo nil
How.se op tig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
ArriTeil at larclian
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wives nnd children will rejoice,
Having found tho Sampler Cigar ycur choice
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.,
21 First Street. B, F. 80
For sale Everywhere,
Tclcjiliono, :ili. l'.O.ltox 4 lit).
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly pure and made by steam, in
Itvland'it Anti-AtiuospliDrio Apparatus
with glass pumps. All copper dis
perscd with. Tho newest patent in
Cryntnl Valvo XIottluH
Only In uso for Tahiti Lemonadde, Oren.
adiuo and Pel feet O inger Ale, at 75 could
per doen, delivered to nny pait of tho'
oily. And Codd't Patent Glats Stoppers
for tho eclebiiited plain dry
So highly efficacious for dyspepsia, as
supplied to all the principal i'mnillcs in
Honolulu, and exclusively to II. IJ. M.'s
visbd? of war.
Inland ortlei'H promptly nttcmlcil to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
Apiill, 18S7. ICO'JIy
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal'
Order loft at Ofllce, with N. F. Bur
gess, H-i King Slieet, will bo promptly
nttendid to. OOly
S. M. GARTER,
Has on hand for sale, in quantities
to suit :
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders are hereby solicited and will
bodclivcicd at any locality within tho
No. SS KIjXG HXJREICX.
ItOtll TclClllOIICH, 187.
nf nlrnhnl .if tolinceo. Wukofllluos. Kfontnt l)s
lircsMun, Hofton Ine ot tlio llrnin, roBultinK In in
sanity ami Inndinit tii misory. ilcroy nnil ilcaths
Prematura 01l Aro, Ilnrroiiiu-ss, l"oc,s of Powor
in cither hox. Involuntary Ijikkos and Hporinator
lliccu, cnudi'd by nvor-cxortlun ot tho hruin, nolf
nliuso, or nvor-lndnlROucp. liich liox oontalnit
ono mnnth'H tmulmont. S 1 .00 n jnx, ureU boxo
for S5.00, uont by mull proimtd on rccoipt o t prlcu.
W1J UAKAXTKR BIX HOXES
To euro nny rnso. With each onlor i-ocolvwl by nr
fur mx boxes, nccomimnl(l with SVOO, wo will
uoiul tlio purclminr our written Buiirantpotoiro
fund thomonoylt thotroaUnontdoca nut cliucfc
u euro, (luarautcos Issued only by
WE will pnv tli ftW fcwsrft for any rni of LtT.r ComfUtat
Py ipcptU, Bit It I I.&J.CQ., luJI)f.itlcin,Coiiitlatian tr Cu.tlvvnM,
r.vaajioeuTvtU,l W..e V.ctlalUUerrill(Wba tbi dir.e.
Iloti. ftro lUlctl; cotnplkd wllb 1 he art urt)y Tfg.taU, aa4
ctverUl lo rl' uUifacllon, fiugar CclcJ. Irg boi.,rca.
IttblDff 80 iilU, S3 cat. Far ul. by til dfanl'l U.wai of
rcunl.rf.tu on 1 Ijiltatloiii. TLt ptauln) liiaoufhciurv culy by
Joan c. west a ca, in a id w. u.jiu su, ebioni
u liUl icls uat Vj UkUintlilounulvuraa italituii.
IJolllHtor tt Co.,
U0 Om Whole&alo nnd Hetnll Ageuts
Dii. 1!. O. West's Nekvi: and Hami Tufat-
HE.NT,n Biiarnntuou Bpcclu" for Hysteria, Jlizzl.
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